According to a report from AppleInsider, Apple will be rolling out the iOS 7.1.2 update two weeks from now. The update is said to fix the iMessage bug and more. The update is said to have been sent to carrier partners for testing.
A German security expert revealed in the past that iOS 7.0.4 did not encrypt email attachments. The Cupertino firm only admitted the issue when it rolled out iOS 7.1.1 back in April. iOS 7.1.2 is said to fix this problem.
Other than the encryption issue, the email app doesn’t download email messages. The update is said to fix this issue as well. Other issues to be fixed by the update include unauthorised access to a few apps in the lock screen and data transfer issues from third party accessories.
There has been an issue when former iPhone users switch to non-Apple devices such as Android smartphones. If the user doesn’t disconnect his or her number from iMessage, iMessage will not forward text messages to the new device. The iOS 7.1.2 update is said to fix this annoying problem.
Can’t wait for Apple to roll out iOS 7.1.2? Phones LTD will let you known once the update is available.